is located upstairs, just above the award-winning Smoking Goat restaurant, which is decorated with an open bar and kitchen. It dominates the roaring wood stove with the roaring embers, and next to it is a beast-like grill, only a few chefs calmly do their jobs and prepare food with care. You just share dishes, entrees, and desserts, and there are plenty of good options to feast your eyes. The great thing about the.
BRATs is that they use simple ingredients very well. Take the tender leeks that have just been burned on the grill and place them delicately on the plate of burrata and sweet and creamy peas, you will not be fresher and cleaner. They only got a light grill and no work was done on them. Like edamame, they are more fragrant, with a pinch of sea salt and a little olive oil, they disappear in an instant. For the meaty BRAT`S, the pork and seaweed salami (seaweed) is a good snack, very fatty and their steak tartare, although it lacks a bit of calories to compensate for the increased crunchy sourdough the size of an ant. Take a bite.
Burnt grilled cheesecake with sweet ripe peaches and simple syrup finishes perfectly after a delicious meal.
BRAT is a bright and clean small restaurant that serves and showcases the best British cuisine. The service is perfect, and the reception team welcomes guests warmly and thoughtfully. BRAT is a quirky and original seal house, and its dress must be impressive. The whole idea of
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